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Miniature Painting by David Gillespie

There can be no doubt that our interest in miniature painting was most certainly influenced, and nurtured by studying, admiring, and conversing over the incredible collection of original miniature paintings…

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The Art of the Sea with Val Kells

Marine Science Illustrator Val Kells is an ‘obsessive compulsive’ fisherman. A photo of Kells on her website shows her proudly displaying a Permit that she caught off Cudjoe Key in…

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Reflections on Art and Healing

On June 2, artist John Westmark participated in a program at the Gibbes called Art of Healing. Over the past two years, the museum has hosted a number of programs…

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The Art Tells the Story

Q & A with Rice & Ducks author Virginia Christian Beach Q: What was the inspiration for this book? Many people don’t know that Lowcountry South Carolina is considered a…

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THE ART AND SCIENCE OF LIVING AT HOME: Turning Your House into a Work of Art

Suzanne Pollak and Lee Manigault are bossy in the best sense of the word. After bonding at a cocktail party at Darla Moore’s house 4 years ago, they dubbed themselves…

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14th Annual Kiawah Island Art & House Tour

I am fortunate to be involved with a wonderful group of women who belong to Gibbes, etc., an organization comprised of women who live on Kiawah Island. Each year, Gibbes,…

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Presenting the Art of Healing

I recently had the opportunity to attend the South Carolina Federation of Museums (SCFM) annual conference in Camden, SC, both as a participant and a presenter. Zinnia Willits, Director of…

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A Romance with Cuba, by Dr. Jeb Hallett

  I have had a romance with Cuba all my life. At the age of ten, I listened to the Revolution on Radio Havana via my small short-wave radio in…

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Collage, Cut, and Paste Curation by Charlotte Moss

  “Found objects, chance creations. . . abolish the separation between art and life. The commonplace is miraculous if rightly seen, if recognized,” wrote poet Charles Simic. How true. Collage…

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Embracing the Disco Era

As the co-chair of this week’s long awaited Society 1858 winter party—taking place Friday, February 7th, at the museum—I could not be more excited to see months of planning, ideas,…

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